Research published in the journal Pediatric Obesity found an antenatal diet and physical activity intervention for pregnant women with obesity was associated with lower resting heart rates for their children three years later, when compared with standard care. Women who participated in the intervention also maintained the more healthful diet three years after giving birth.
Study: Pregnancy intervention benefits offspring
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